...had not begun to collect his pension at the time of his death, his application for pension benefits had been made and accepted, his right...
...the statute of limitations was tolled for another year after defendant's death, or Nov. 13, 2012.The docket reflected that appellant did...
...there was no doubt that counsel obtained the school records. Moreover, the death sentence for murder was imposed with "overwhelming record support."Accordingly...
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